ICZM: Integrated Coastal Zone Management

References and selected Bibliography

Fedra, K. (2008)
Coastal zone resource management: Tools for a participatory planning and decision making process. 673-686., In: R. Krishnamurthy et. al., [eds]: Integrated Coastal Zone Management - The Global Challenge. Research Publishing Services, Singapore.
on-line paper (PDF)
Fedra, K. (2007)
Coastal zone resource management: Perceptions, quantitative analysis and decision support.
Proceedings of the ENCORA 1st Thematic Network Conference "INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT AND VALUATION OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS" 12-13 March 2007, Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli,Venice, Italy
on-line paper (PDF)
Fedra, K. (2004)
Coastal Zone Resource Management: Tools for a Participatory Planning and Decision Making Process. In: Green, D.R. et al. [eds.]: Delivering Sustainable Coasts: Connecting Science and Policy. Proceedings of Littoral 2004, September 2004, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK., Volume 1, 281-286 pp.
on-line paper (PDF)
Fedra, K. and Abdel-Rehim, A. (2004)
Spatial Analysis for Coastal Zone Management: Beyond GIS. Proceedings of CoastGIS'03, on-line: http://www.gisig.it/coastgis/papers/fedra.htm
on-line paper (HTML)
Fedra, K. (2004)
Water Resources Management in the Coastal Zone: Issues of Sustainability. In: Harmancioglu, N.B., Fisitikoglu, O., Dlkilic, Y, and Gul, A. [eds.]: Water Resources Management: Risks and Challenges for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the EWRA Symposium, September 2-4, 2004, Izmir, Turkey, Volume I, 23-38 pp.
on-line paper (PDF)
Fedra, K. and Feoli, E. (1998)
GIS Technology and Spatial Analysis in Coastal Zone Management.
EEZ Technology, Ed. 3, 171-179.
on-line paper (PDF)

On-line presentations: (PERSGA ICZM/GIS workshop: Cairo, Egypt, 2003)

Beyond GIS The presentation describes the integration of GIS technology with advanced analytical methods and tools such as spatially distributed dynamic simulation models and rule-based expert systems. The underlying paradigm change leads from the inherently static concept of the map as a spatial object to a dynamic concept of functional, interacting objects.

These methods can extend the basic analytical capabilities of the GIS by adding dynamic elements, describing the evolution of systems over time, and in response to changes in the main driving forces. This integration also supports more complex analytical functionality beyond geometric and boolean analysis, described either by nested rules, or complex algorithmic relationships expressed in partial differential equations, that describe change in time and space. Linking models, expert systems and GIS helps building powerful environmental information and decision support systems for integrated coastal zone management.

  GIS based applications Linking models, GIS and expert systems into integrated environmental information and decision support system is the basis for advanced application in coastal zone management. Examples of such application include (1) ranking and benchmarking of complex spatial objects that can describe anything from administrative spatial unit to geomorphologically defined sections, cities, development projects, or any similar functional unit; the organization and comparative analysis of these spatial units is the basis for such application as State-of-the-environment reporting or any specific, topical analysis from fisheries to habitats to endangered species; (2) Site selection for development projects, using multi-attribute theory for matching projects with the properties of potential location; (3) Environmental impact assessment, using a rule-based expert system to explore the possible consequences of development projects; (4) pollution control, and in particular coastal water quality affected by terrestrial sources such as contaminated rivers or sewage outfalls, or accidental spills, such as oil spills from offshore installations or ships.

Marine ecology, systems analysis and modeling

Fedra, K. (1994)
Marine Systems Analysis and Modeling. Proceedings of the Symposium "The Challenge to Marine Biology in a Changing World". 100 Years Biologische Anstalt Helgoland. September 13-18, 1992. Isle of Helgoland. Germany. Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen Volume 49. pp. 617-632.
Fedra, K. (1981)
Pelagic Foodweb Analysis: Hypothesis Testing by Simulation. Kieler Meeresforsch., Sonderh.5, 249-258.
Fedra, K. (1978)
On the Ecology of the North Adriatic Sea. Wide-range Investigations on the Benthos: The Gulf of Triest. Memorie di Biogegrafia Adriatica, Suppl.IX,69-87.
Ott, J. and Fedra, K. (1977)
Stabilizing Properties of a High Biomass Benthic Community in a Fluctuating Ecosystem. Helgoländer wiss. Meeresuntersuchungen, 30 (1-4), 485-494.
Ölscher, E. and Fedra, K. (1977)
On the Ecology of a Suspension Feeding Benthic Community: Filter Efficiency and Behaviour. In: B.F. Keegan, P.O. Ceidigh, and P.J.S. Boaden [eds.], Biology of Benthic Organisms. Pergamon Press. pp.483-492.
Fedra, K. (1977)
Structural Features of a North Adriatic Benthic Community. In: B.F. Keegan, P.O. Ceidigh and P.J.S. Boaden [eds.] Biology of Benthic Organisms. Pergamon Press. pp.233-246.
Fedra, K., Ölscher, E., Scherübel, C., Stachowitsch, M. and Wurzian, R.S (1976)
On the Ecology of a North Adriatic Benthic Community: Distribution, Standing Crop, and Composition of the Macrobenthos. Mar.Biol. 38(2), 129-145.
Machan, R. and Fedra, K. (1975)
A New Towed Camera System for Wide-range Benthic Surveys. Mar.Biol.33, 75-84 .
Fedra, K. (1975)
Unterwasser Zeitrafferaufnahmen in der Meeresbiologie. Wiss.Film Nr.16, 37-43.
Fedra, K. (1974)
Filtrierverhalten und Aktivitätsrhythmik bei Ophiothrix quinquemaculata (Echinodermata). Bundesstaatliche Hauptstelle für Wissenschaftliche Kinematographie Wien, Research Film P1567.

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